Job Seekers Archives

No Diploma? No Problem: Strategies for Job Seekers without a Degree

If you think landing a great job is impossible without a diploma, think again. Here, we’re going to shake up the traditional notions of success and explore strategies for finding employment based on skills, experience, and determination. Who needs a fancy piece of paper when you’ve got fierce determination and a strong work ethic? Proving

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Home Away From Home: Balancing the Truck Driver Lifestyle

Ever feel like your truck is more familiar than your own living room? I get it. The life of a truck driver isn’t your run-of-the-mill 9 to 5 gig—it’s a lifestyle. But hey, who says you can’t find a slice of home on those endless highways? Today, we’re diving into the art of balancing life

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From Wi-Fi to Work Boots: Gen Z’s Journey into the Trades

Hey, Gen Z! Let’s dive into something that may have been on your mind lately – why are some of you shrugging off the typical college route? Well, it turns out that Millennials have degrees coming out of their ears (thanks to those Baby Boomer parents with dreams of a better life), but many of

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Trading Job Flexibility for Stability During Tough Economic Times

Let’s dive into an important topic that impacts many of us: job stability in today’s economy. In a world that glorifies flexibility, it’s time to explore the often-overlooked advantages of good ol’ fashioned job stability. The Importance of Job Stability Listen, I know we live in an era where freedom and flexibility are held up

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The Skilled Trades Renaissance

In this fast-paced world where traditional career paths are being flipped on their heads, it’s time we bring the spotlight to the skilled trades. These professions, long overlooked and undervalued, are now emerging as the gateways to a world of endless possibilities. From welding and carpentry to plumbing and electrical work, skilled trades professionals are

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Automation in the workplace: good or bad?

A few days ago someone asked me, “If you woke up today from a 15 year comma what do you think would surprise you most about today’s world?” My answer – “The lack of human interaction in everyday life.” Humans have become incredibly dependent on so many of the everyday automations in our lives. Starting

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Perspective

When you were a little kid and the butterfly flew away, your ice cream fell off the cone or let’s be honest the wind blew the wrong way … what would you do? You would cry. You would cry because as a baby or a toddler or even a young kid if the slightest inconvenience

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Never Stop Training

This past year on a Sunday night not that long ago after hours of training, game after game and what I would imagine to be more than just a few play drafts the Los Angeles Rams faced the Cincinnati Bengals. With a hyper crowd sitting at the edge of their seats the Rams took the

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Must Have List

When parents start to encourage their children to start looking for universities they encourage them to create “must have” and “it would be nice” lists. These soon-to-be graduates then sit down and list things off like, “my school must have an intramural baseball team, a really nice library to study in, be within my price

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